The player told Goal.com that hard work has been the secret to his game as he had to prove himself to Rosslee.
“Things have not been easy at all. I had to work hard and also put in a lot of personal training so that I can impress the coach. What I am grateful for is that, he has given me the opportunity and I feel that I have utilized the chances very well.
“The goal that I scored against Free State Stars was not new to me as I was well prepared for it,’ said Senamela.
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Usuthu thrashed Black Leopards 4-0 on Wednesday, giving them real hope to move up the table.
“I am looking forward to having a great run. We need to collect all the points and I want to make sure that my name is on the scoresheet when we do this,’ he said.
The player also said that if it wasn’t for Rosslee understanding his personal problems, he doubt that he would still be part of AmaZulu by now.
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“Things were hectic at the beginning of the year, hence why I did not play in most of the matches. I am glad that the coach understood my situation and gave me a break to deal with those problems. I really owe the club big time, and I am willing to pay them back by scoring goals,” he said.
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